The conversion of alkyl chlorides or bromides into alkyl flourides with the help of AgF under the presence of HF or SbF₃ is known as Swarts Reaction.
The reaction converting methyl chloride into methyl flouride (Swarts reaction) is shown below.
CH₃Cl + AgF → CH₃F + AgF
This reaction is a type of double displacement reaction.
CH2CH3 +P + CL2 >CH2CH3CL
Conversion of methyl chloride into methyl fluoride is known as Swarts Reaction.
CH3Cl + AgF = CH3F + AgCl
Called Swarts reaction.
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he reaction has to be carried out in 2 steps:
Step 1 : Conversion of Methyl bromide to ethane
This conversion can be facilitated by wither Na/Dry ether (wurtz reaction) or Zn metal i.e. Frankland reaction
Step 2: Bromination of ethane
Ethane when subject to Bromine in presence of light undergoes bromination leading to formation of ethyl bromide.
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